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Old May 3, 2022, 04:31 PM   #10
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The NRA is refusing to turn over certain documents related to the preparation of Form 990 report to the NY attorney general, claiming they are privileged communications.

The NRA seeks review of the Special Master’s determination that privileges associated
with two discrete attorney-client communications, and attached privileged materials, were waived.

The documents at issue (the “Documents”) are internal drafts of tax schedules prepared by the NRA’s outside tax counsel and shared with the NRA’s tax preparer. As demonstrated below, tax counsel’s confidential work product is immune from disclosure under CPLR 3101(c) and related provisions. The Court should review the Master’s rulings, consider the Documents in camera if necessary, and hold that the privileges were not waived.

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